Jernej Ule obtained his Ph.D. in molecular neuroscience from the Rockefeller University in New York in 2004 with Robert B. Darnell. He started his own research group at the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology in Cambridge, UK, and in 2013 he became a professor at the University College London, Institute of Neurology. Since 2016, his lab is based at the Francis Crick Institute in London. In 2020, he started an additional lab at the Institute of Chemistry in Ljubljana, Slovenia, funded by European Research Council. The two labs work closely together to study how RNA networks contribute to the development and function of nerve cells, and how faulty RNA networks lead to conditions affecting the nervous system. He is happy to host a summer student either in the London or Ljubljana lab, according to the available space.